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Losses due to transverse flux in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines

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A 2D and 3D non-linear and anisotropic FEM model at various frequencies and induction levels is used for calculating the iron losses in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines due to transverse magnetic flux (fringing flux). The models are experimentally verified in the linear case with a rigid set-up without moving parts, which is a part of an axial flux permanent magnet synchronous motor with adjustable air gap. Classical, hysteresis and excess losses are calculated using a loss model fitted on the basis of Epstein frame measurements.
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eddy currents, fringing flux, Transverse flux, Three-dimensional displays, Solid modeling, Mathematical model, Loss measurement, Lamination, Eddy currents, Iron, LAMINATED IRON CORES, EDDY-CURRENT, THIN-LAYERS, CURRENTS

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Scheerlinck, Bart, Herbert De Gersem, and Peter Sergeant. “Losses Due to Transverse Flux in Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines.” 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM). Ghent, Belgium: Bart Scheerlinck, 2014. 1255–1261. Print.
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Scheerlinck, B., De Gersem, H., & Sergeant, P. (2014). Losses due to transverse flux in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines. 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM) (pp. 1255–1261). Presented at the International Conference of Electrical Machines (ICEM - 2014), Ghent, Belgium: Bart Scheerlinck.
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Scheerlinck, Bart, Herbert De Gersem, and Peter Sergeant. 2014. “Losses Due to Transverse Flux in Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines.” In 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM), 1255–1261. Ghent, Belgium: Bart Scheerlinck.
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Scheerlinck, Bart, Herbert De Gersem, and Peter Sergeant. 2014. “Losses Due to Transverse Flux in Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines.” In 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM), 1255–1261. Ghent, Belgium: Bart Scheerlinck.
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Scheerlinck B, De Gersem H, Sergeant P. Losses due to transverse flux in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines. 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM). Ghent, Belgium: Bart Scheerlinck; 2014. p. 1255–61.
IEEE
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B. Scheerlinck, H. De Gersem, and P. Sergeant, “Losses due to transverse flux in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines,” in 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM), Berlin, Germany, 2014, pp. 1255–1261.
@inproceedings{5766628,
  abstract     = {A 2D and 3D non-linear and anisotropic FEM model at various frequencies and induction levels is used for calculating the iron losses in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines due to transverse magnetic flux (fringing flux). The models are experimentally verified in the linear case with a rigid set-up without moving parts, which is a part of an axial flux permanent magnet synchronous motor with adjustable air gap. Classical, hysteresis and excess losses are calculated using a loss model fitted on the basis of Epstein frame measurements.},
  author       = {Scheerlinck, Bart and De Gersem, Herbert and Sergeant, Peter},
  booktitle    = {2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELECTRICAL MACHINES (ICEM)},
  keywords     = {eddy currents,fringing flux,Transverse flux,Three-dimensional displays,Solid modeling,Mathematical model,Loss measurement,Lamination,Eddy currents,Iron,LAMINATED IRON CORES,EDDY-CURRENT,THIN-LAYERS,CURRENTS},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Berlin, Germany},
  pages        = {1255--1261},
  publisher    = {Bart Scheerlinck},
  title        = {Losses due to transverse flux in axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICELMACH.2014.6960343},
  year         = {2014},
}

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